Try sleeping on your side or you back – these positions have been shown to be the best ways to sleep to reduce neck and back pain.
Kegel exercises are easy to do anywhere you are, and can help strengthen your pelvic muscles and prevent urinary incontinence for women.
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This tip is from one of our winning Healthy Habits Project submissions: "I'm 80 years old…today my habits include getting a good night's sleep and Jazzercise. I went vegan 2 years ago." - Patricia Try a new exercise class – like Jazzercise!
This article first appeared in the June 2014 edition of the HealthPerks newsletter.